5th International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-Government (MeTTeG2011)
Venue: University of Camerino
|Event Date/Time: Jun 30, 2011||End Date/Time: Jul 01, 2011|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jan 15, 2011|
|Paper Submission Date: Jan 15, 2011|
Public administrations made great effort to provide more sophisticated E-Government services, for example offering one-stop services and supporting personalization. While strategies, methodologies and realization of E-Government services vary significantly between the various actors and stakeholders, the alignment of IT with the processes and objectives of the service providers plays an increasing role in service management.
The MeTTeG conference intends to bring together researchers and practitioners active in the area of electronic government with a focus on the role played by the information and communication technologies. It provides a forum for participants from different perspectives and disciplines to present innovative methodologies, technologies and tools, share experiences and lessons learned from case studies and discuss challenges.
The main keywords are: methodologies, technologies and tools. Methodologies play an increasingly important role in the management and definition of e-government initiatives. Technologies improve their efficiency and effectiveness while tools allow new specific services and functionalities. The alignment of methodologies, technologies and tools plays an increasing role to enhance the dissemination, accessibility and acceptance of e-government by citizens and companies.
Topics of interest for the 5th International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-government include but are not limited to:
One-Stop Government and Services Integration
Better Distributed Services Provision
Open Government and Transparency
Governance and Policy Modeling
Smart and Personalized Inclusion
Mobile Public Services
Semantic Web Technologies
E-Government Ontology and Metadata
Interoperability and Standards
Knowledge Management and Decision Process Support
Business Processes Management
Web 2.0 for E-Government
Workflow Management Systems
Identity Management and Trust
Theory and Formal Methods